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Metals and alloys news, March 2011

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the UK's National Measurement Institute, has published a new guide on the measurement of rough surfaces using inter

The ITRI reports that a team of nuclear specialists from Ukraine could help Japanese engineers stabilise the Fukushima nuclear power plant through the use

Scientists at Yale University in the US have developed bulk metallic glasses (BMGs)-metal alloys that have randomly arranged atoms as opposed to the orderl

Sandvik has formed a research and development cooperation agreement with Vasa Museum, Sweden, to develop an essential bolt replacement project to commence

SKF has signed a three-year strategic partnership agreement with Sandvik Mining and Construction in order to strengthen the relationship between the two c

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